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Why Whole Rice
Whole Barn Matta Rice
Whole Brown Rice
Whole Barn Rice Flakes
Whole Barn Rice Flakes
Whole Barn Rice Flour
Whole Barn Rice Flour
Issues we care
Whole Barn Broken Rice
Where to Buy
Non GMO policy
Organic VS Eco Farming
Whole Barn Matta Rice Long
Kerala Matta rice (also known as Rosematta rice, Palakkadan Matta rice, Kerala Red rice or Red parboiled rice) (Malayalam: േകരള മട്ട) is an
indigenous variety of rice grown in Palakkad District of Kerala. It is used on a regular basis for idlies, appams and plain rice. The robust, earthy
flavor of Red Matta makes it an enticing companion to chicken, lamb, beef meats. Daksh farms Whole Barn Matta Rice is grown in family owned
farms and processed with at most care ensuring nutrients are not lost in the process. We ensure the barn is intact with the rice and is not lost in the
Price: Rs 99 per kg
Whole Barn Matta Rice Short (Organic)
Grown in selected farms using only natural manures, this rice is wholesome and most healthy.
Price Rs 150 per kg
Whole Barn Rice Flakes
Rice Flakes or Flattened rice (also called beaten rice) is rice which is flattened into flat light dry flakes. These flakes of rice swell when added to
liquid, whether hot or cold, as they absorb water, milk or any other liquids. Flattened rice is in a way, a convenience food and very similar
to bread in usage. It can be served for breakfast and is normally used to prepare snacks or light and easy fast food in a variety of Indian
Price Rs 160 per kg
Whole Barn Rice Flour
Ideal for preparing Puttu, Ella ada, Kozhukatta, Ada, Nool puttu / Idiyappam and Upma and other light meals.
Price 200 per kg
Whole Barn Broken Rice (Organic)
Best suited for preparing kanji.
Price 150 per kg
Rs 150 Per Bail (Weigh Aprox 15 Kg)
Best suited for Mushroom and Dairy farms.
Why Whole Brown Rice
The rice that is not polished after removing the outer layer is called unpolished rice or brown rice. All the nutrients continue to remain in the
unpolished rice whereas you don’t find any of them in the polished rice. By polishing all the useful ingredients are lost leaving only the useless
Carbohydrate. Thiamin is an important ‘B’ Vitamin. If it is not provided through food, the legs become weak. Face and feet get swollen. Only
20% of this Thiamin is left in polished rice. The same way 50% of Riboflavin, 50% of Pairidoxin and 75% of Niacin are lost in polished rice.
Thiamin is available in scrutulam (outer layer) of rice. Along with thiamin, the most important vitamin E and proteins are also lost. Vitamin ‘E’
helps to strengthen your nerves to keep glands healthy and to keep you young and energetic. The brawn that comes out of the polished rice is
offered as food to the cows and buffaloes. They eat the brawn and give milk. Leaving the useful nutrients to animals we are eating the useless
Carbohydrates while resorting to vitamins prescribed by doctors to cure our ailments that arise out of vitamin deficiency. That’s why we are
lacking the natural qualities and the natural feeling in us.
Benefits from Whole Barn rice
Whole Barn Brown Rice Produces Energy and Protects from Antioxidants:
Just one cup of brown rice will provide you with 88.0% of the daily value for manganese. This trace mineral helps
produce energy from protein and carbohydrates and is involved in the synthesis of fatty acids, which are important for a
healthy nervous system, and in the production of cholesterol, which is used by the body to produce sex hormones.
Manganese is also a critical component of a very important antioxidant enzyme called superoxide dismutase. Superoxide
dismutase (SOD) is found inside the body's mitochondria (the oxygen-based energy factories inside most of our cells)
where it provides protection against damage from the free radicals produced during energy production.
2. Whole Barn Brown Rice helps in reducing Weight:
The high percentage of fiber and lecithin content present in it doesn’t change much into Carbohydrates. Whereas the
white rice devoid of these contents makes you fat quickly. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical
Nutrition underscores the importance of choosing whole grains such as brown rice rather than refined grain, i.e., white
rice, to maintain a healthy body weight. In this Harvard Medical School / Brigham and Women's Hospital study, which
collected data on over 74,000 female nurses aged 38-63 years over a 12 year period, weight gain was inversely associated
with the intake of high-fiber, whole-grain foods but positively related to the intake of refined-grain foods. Not only did
women who consumed more whole grains consistently weigh less than those who ate less of these fiber-rich foods, but
those consuming the most dietary fiber from whole grains were 49% less likely to gain weight compared to those eating
foods made from refined grains.
3. Whole Barn Brown Rice is Rich in Fiber and Selenium:
For people worried about colon cancer risk, brown rice packs a double punch by being a concentrated source of the fiber
needed to minimize the amount of time cancer-causing substances spend in contact with colon cells, and being a very
good source of selenium, a trace mineral that has been shown to substantially reduce the risk of colon cancer.
4. Lower Cholesterol with Whole Barn Brown Rice:
Here's yet another reason to rely on whole foods, such as brown rice, for your healthy way of eating. The oil in whole
brown rice lowers cholesterol. When Marlene Most and colleagues from Louisiana State University evaluated the effects
of rice bran and rice bran oil on cholesterol levels in volunteers with moderately elevated cholesterol levels, they found
that rice bran oil lowered their LDL (bad) cholesterol.
5. Significant Cardiovascular Benefits for Postmenopausal Women:
Eating a serving of whole grains, such as brown rice, at least 6 times each week is an especially good idea for
postmenopausal women with high cholesterol, high blood pressure or other signs of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
A 3 year prospective study of over 200 postmenopausal women with CVD, published in the American Heart Journal,
shows that those eating at least 6 servings of whole grains each week experienced both:
Slowed progression of atherosclerosis, the build-up of plaque that narrows the vessels through which blood flows, and
Less progression in stenosis, the narrowing of the diameter of arterial passageways
6. Lignans Protect against Heart Disease:
One type of phytonutrient especially abundant in whole grains including brown rice are plant lignans, which are
converted by friendly flora in our intestines into mammalian lignans, including one called enterolactone that is thought to
protect against breast and other hormone-dependent cancers as well as heart disease. When blood levels of enterolactone
were measured in over 850 postmenopausal women in a Danish study published in the Journal of Nutrition, women
eating the most whole grains were found to have significantly higher blood levels of this protective lignan.
7. Whole Barn Brown Rice Substantially Lower Type - 2 Diabetes Risk:
The white rice gets digested quickly, turns into glucose and thereby increases the quantity of sugar level in the body. On
the contrary, one cannot eat as much of brown rice as the white rice because of the large size of the grains and its nature.
It also gets digested slowly due to the fibrous contents present in it; as a result of which the glucose takes time to join the
blood stream. Therefore the sugar level in the body doesn’t increase quickly. Hence, the brown rice relatively helps in
constraining the increase of sugar level in the body.
8. Whole Barn Brown Rice acts an Anti Biotic:
Magnesium, another nutrient for which brown rice is a good source, has been shown in studies to be helpful for reducing
the severity of asthma, lowering high blood pressure, reducing the frequency of migraine headaches, and reducing the
risk of heart attack and stroke. How does magnesium accomplish all this? Magnesium helps regulate nerve and muscle
tone by balancing the action of calcium. In many nerve cells, magnesium serves as Nature's own calcium channel blocker,
preventing calcium from rushing into the nerve cell and activating the nerve. By blocking calcium's entry, magnesium
keeps our nerves (and the blood vessels and muscles they ennervate) relaxed. If our diet provides us with too little
magnesium, however, calcium can gain free entry, and nerve cells can become over activated, sending too many messages
and causing excessive contraction. Insufficient magnesium can thus contribute to high blood pressure, muscle spasms
(including spasms of the heart muscle or the spasms of the airways symptomatic of asthma), and migraine headaches, as
well as muscle cramps, tension, soreness and fatigue.
Magnesium, as well as calcium, is necessary for healthy bones. About two-thirds of the magnesium in the human body is
found in our bones. Some helps give bones their physical structure, while the rest is found on the surface of the bone
where it is stored for the body to draw upon as needed. Brown rice can help you keep those storage sites replenished and
ready to meet your body's needs. A cup of brown rice will give you 21.0% of the daily value for magnesium.
9. A Good Source of Fiber:
The health benefits of brown rice continue with its fiber; a cup of brown rice provides 14.0% of the daily value for fiber,
which has been shown to reduce high cholesterol levels, one more way brown rice helps prevent atherosclerosis. Fiber
also helps out by keeping blood sugar levels under control, so brown rice is an excellent grain choice for people with
diabetes. As we mentioned above, the fiber in brown rice can also help to protect you against colon cancer since fiber
binds to cancer-causing chemicals, keeping them away from the cells lining the colon, plus it can help normalize bowel
function, reducing constipation.
10. Fiber from Whole Grains Protect against Breast Cancer:
When researchers looked at how much fiber 35,972 participants in the UK Women's Cohort Study ate, they found a diet
rich in fiber from whole grains, such as brown rice, offered significant protection against breast cancer for premenopausal women.
11. Whole Barn Brown Rice helps Prevent Gallstones:
Eating foods high in insoluble fiber, such as brown rice, can help women avoid gallstones, shows a study published in
the American Journal of Gastroenterology.
12. Whole Brown Rice helps relieve Constipation:
Fiber acts as a brush / broom to clean all the dust and garbage left inside of our body. Eating high source of fiber food like
brown rice helps in the free motion of the stool relieving you from the problem of constipation.
13.Several vitamins and dietary minerals are lost in this removal and the subsequent polishing process (vitamin B1,
vitamin B3, iron, magnesium etc.)
14.When the bran layer is removed to make white rice, the oil in the bran is also removed. Rice bran oil may help lower
15. Best suited for pregnant ladies
Swapping out white rice for its brown relative is one of the best diet decisions you can make during your pregnancy. Not
only does brown rice provide a more sustainable, slow-release source of energy, but it has the added bonus of being
packed with energising B vitamins and protein.
Owned and operated by our family with centuries of farming tradition it wasn’t long before the farm was named Daksh Farm and we started
doing a lot of the right things. Undaunted by those who said it couldn’t be done we are the first to successfully launch Full Barn Brown Rice
for retail sale in this part of the world. We are committed to being a catalyst for positive change in our kitchens and our environment by
promoting Whole barn rice and products processed from whole rice. This commitment is shared by our farmers and employees, and by the
people who choose Daksh Farm products every day across the country. Together we’re making a healthy difference in the way we eat.
Since the beginning, we’ve been committed to producing the wholesome food possible, food that nourishes and delights.
Our products don’t look like ordinary produce and they are not. Our products are healthy - It's amazingly fine - after all, it comes from Daksh Farm.
It's divinely tasty - grown in the richest soil fed by the clearest rainwater. It's extraordinarily different - what else would you expect from a small,
caring boutique rice grower who respects the land and local communities, and who supports local farmers?
We are constantly in touch with farmers who want to change the world by protecting the health of people and the land in nearby areas.
Issues we care
Daksh Farm was born from our passion for protecting the land and the health of people of all ages and our belief that we could make a
difference. We treat the soil, air, and water as important resources, respecting the delicate balances of nature. We have created a blend
of organic practices and integrated pest management techniques to create our own growing system that we call Eco-Farmed. We
think that you will find it above and beyond conventional rice production practices while still providing an important option for priceconscious consumers.
Non GMO Policy
Daksh Farm recognizes the importance of a natural environment, purity of the foods we eat and sustainability in agriculture. We
recognize the consumer's interest in knowing how their food was produced and what ingredients are present. Daksh Farms' goal is to
be able to market its rice in all countries worldwide in accordance with those countries' GMO acceptance levels.
Daksh Farm opposes the creation and propagation of genetically modified food and fiber for the following reasons:
They may cause adverse health conditions in humans
They may have adverse environmental and ecological impacts, as well as reduce the biodiversity of crop varieties
They have the potential to cross over to conventional, non-modified types
They are not generally accepted in world trade
They have an adverse impact on organic agriculture
They can cause a proliferation of chemical use, negatively affecting agricultural sustainability of soils and water
They create dependence on chemical suppliers
They create dependence on proprietary seed corporations
Oversight of development is ineffective and once released, GMO’s may be uncontrollable
There are not clear liability protections for farmers whose crops become contaminated with GMOs
Organic VS Eco Farming
What is whole grain?
Grain is made up of three parts and Whole grains contain all 3 layers of grain the outer Barn, the inner germ and the Endosperm.
In contrast to refined grains, retain only the endosperm.
The bran is the multi-layered outer skin of the edible kernel. It contains important antioxidants, B vitamins and
The germ is the embryo which has the potential to sprout into a new plant. It contains many B vitamins, some
protein, minerals, and healthy fats.
The endosperm is the germ’s food supply, which provides essential energy to the young plant so it can send roots
down for water and nutrients, and send sprouts up for sunlight’s photosynthesizing power. The endosperm is by
far the largest portion of the kernel. It contains starchy carbohydrates, proteins and small amounts of vitamins
Where to Buy Daksh Farm products
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